The mission of the Department of Economic and Housing Development is to create economic opportunity for Newark residents and enhance the vibrancy of our city. To this end, the department seeks to position Newark to take advantage of its unique assets, including its strategic location, a diverse and underutilized workforce, a large amount of developable land, concentration of corporate and business service firms, several major universities, and a wealth of arts and cultural assets.
Implements the laws for what you can build and where you can build it in Newark. Also provides administrative and staff support to the Newark Central Planning Board, the Zoning Board of Adjustment, the Landmarks and Historic Preservation Commission and the Environmental Commission. Applications for site plan review, environmental review, zoning variances and exterior renovations of properties located in historic districts can be obtained from this office. Click here for the revised Zoning Ordinance and revised fee schedule. Click here for an interactive Zoning map
Newspapers, magazines, cardboard, cereal boxes and mail.
Place paper and cardboard in a blue recycling bin or tie them together with a string.
Metal soda and food cans.
Glass bottles and jars.
Plastic milk jugs, soda bottles, and water bottles.
Please clean, empty and dry recyclables inside a blue recycling bin.
Works to develop plans and land use regulations that will guide private and public development across the city. We seek to create livable, walkable, safe and environmentally sustainable communities throughout the city that will provide opportunities for housing, employment, retail services and recreation.
Enforces Newark’s Rent Control Ordinance and provides staff support to the Rent Control Board to ensure tenants have quality and affordable living conditions.
Affordable Housing Manager will coordinate efforts to publicize available affordable housing
The move results in a relocation of approximately 1,100 associates to the Newark location
Tax abatements requiring affordable housing and minority contractors
$10 Million private/public development project expected to spur residential and commercial growth in Newark
New convenience store will provide iconic foods and services
To do business with the City of Newark, you must have a State of New Jersey Business Registration Certificate. You can register your business online with the State HERE.
Contracts with the City of Newark to provide goods and/or services are available by Bid, RFP or RFQ.
For additional information on the Bid or RFP/RFQ process, please write, call, or visit:
Central Purchasing DivisionFinance Building828 Broad Street, 3rd FloorNewark, NJ 07102,(973) 733-3776Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.